NOW HIRING Well Field Technician - Paul Davis Has primary responsibility for operation and maintenance of well fields, Water Purification and associated potable water storage.
Job Duties: Assists other Utility Department Divisions as required.
Performs Operations & maintenance duties as required at WPP.
Controls water disinfection processes to meet regulatory standards.
Operates and maintains various water production and storage equipment.
Maintains required records of operations, generates monthly report and maintenance records.
Monitors and controls booster pumps and storage.
Keeps abreast of professional developments in the field.
Operates SCADA system to monitor and control well field production.
Performs routine cleaning of assigned area.
Maintains grounds at well field compounds.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Employee communicates with other employees and the public, as necessary.
RELOCATION MANDATORY Skill in observing, reading and interpreting written materials.
Knowledge of pumps, motors and tower operations and maintenance.
Knowledge of electricity and electronics.
Skill in performing mathematical calculations.
Ability to use testing and measuring equipment.
On call 50% evenings and weekends. High school diploma or equivalent required.
Must receive and retain a valid C Groundwater license from the State of Texas within 3 years of employment.
Must receive Hazmat Awareness level and SCBA certifications within 1 year of employment.
Must remain qualified to wear SCBA. Must posses a valid Texas Class B CDL required or have the ability to obtain license within a reasonable amount of time.
Heath care Plans Paid Vacation/ Sick Leave Paid Holidays Employee Wellness Program Tuition Reimbursement apply online at www.midlandtexas.gov/jobs Equal Opportunity Employer
About this company
What was once just a small farming community over a century ago, Midland has grown by leaps and bounds thanks to the discovery of oil and gas throughout the area.
Midland now stands as one of the largest cities in West Texas within the Permian Basin located halfway between El Paso to the west and Dallas/Fort Worth to the east. Currently, the city is estimated to have over 134,000 residents calling Midland their home each day. That number is expected to jump even higher over the next five to 10 years with the influx of 10,000 to 20,000 people needed to fill jobs thanks to the billions of dollars invested into the area by many companies expanding their businesses with an eye on the future.
One of the area’s largest employers, the city of Midland has a committed group of people who all work together to help provide the vital services needed to keep the city up and running 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Employees across several departments from police, fire, city management, community development, health and senior services, animal services and many others all work in conjunction to make Midland a great place to be.
The city of Midland offers a strong benefits package for full-time employees that includes medical, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, sick leave, paid vacation, tuition reimbursement and much more.
Location/Region: Midland, TX (US - 79701)